Portsmouth mother set to be reunited with daughter reported missing in Thailand

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A Portsmouth mother is to be reunited with her daughter who went missing in Thailand nearly a week ago.

Theresa Davies flew out to Bangkok in a desperate bid to find her daughter Hannah Davies, 21, who was last seen in the Bang Kapi shopping mall in Bangkok on January 31.

Hannah was last seen by witnesses in the street looking ‘unwell’ and there were fears she may have been taking drugs.

However, she was located by police yesterday and taken for treatment at the Somdet Chaopraya Hospital in the city.

Today Theresa and Hannah’s aunt Lucy arrived at the British Embassy in Bangkok to be whisked off immediately to the hospital where they will be reunited, a family member said.

Cousin Amy Honeywell, 20, from Milton Ernest, Bedfordshire, thanked the public for their support, adding: “We have found her and it’s all been sorted.”

The family originally launched a website appealing for information about the whereabouts of Hannah, who was travelling alone in Thailand.

She left the UK three weeks ago on January 17 and was not due to return until mid March.

In an internet message posted along with pictures of Hannah Theresa wrote: “My daughter is missing in Bangkok.

“We were contacted by someone who found her in the street clearly psychotic from drugs.

“She was last seen at The Mall Bang Kapi and said she was staying at the Sawasdee House Guest House but they say they have not heard of her.

“Please contact us if you see or hear of her. She is likely to be very unwell and is a danger to herself when ill.”